Midwestern State placed four players in the top 11 as the Mustangs finished second at the Northeastern State Golf Classic at the Cherry Springs Golf Club.
The Mustangs posted a 296 for the round to finish 11 strokes behind tournament host Northeastern State at 597. The two were well ahead of the third place tie of Arkansas Tech and Arkansas-Fort Smith at 641.
The Mustangs have placed first and second in their first two events this season.
Freshman Brenna Moore of Burkburnett led the Mustangs charge with a fourth place individual finish. Moore shot a three-over 75 on Tuesday for a tournament score of five-over 149.
Junior Taylor Klutts of Callisburg fired an even-par 72 to place sixth at seven-over 151, and junior Lindsay Burkhart of Grapevine ripped a one-over 73 to move into eighth at nine-over 153.
Junior Kendra Whittley of Callisburg posted a five-over 76 for 11th at 155, while junior Lauren Romines of Callisburg added a 76 to chalk up a 160 and make the top 20 in 18th.
Midwestern is back in action in two weeks at the Central Oklahoma Bronco Classic at the Lincoln Park Golf Course in Oklahoma City on Oct. 3-4.
Men's Golf: Mustangs finish sixth at Dornick Hills Classic
The Midwestern State Mustangs fell back two spots in the final round of the Dornick Hills Classic to finish the tournament in sixth place on Tuesday.